[Nfbc-info] SERVICES FOR THE BLIND
cdrobles693 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 15:51:34 UTC 2013
try to go onto dor.ca.gov their web site they might have contact
information for the Oakland office because I'm not seeing it in the
consumer handbook I have a braille copy of, and all my best wishes for you.
Teachers have a sacred task:
It is to give children the skills to understand the world and an expectation that the world is a trustworthy place; that it is full of light, and love, and music and that each student deserves--and will have--their own place in it and the chance to play their own song.
And, as much of these expectations are transmitted non-verbally—and in Chela’s case--out of sight…it is the voice and touch of a Teacher that sheds light on what the world can be.
Academics—and no one will ever change my mind on this—take a distant second place. —Dr. Bil Hawkins
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On 3/12/2013 3:38 AM, Anita Ogletree wrote:
> Hello. My name is Anita. I have some questions regarding services for
> the blind in Oakland.
> It is likely that I will be moving to the Oakland area some time in
> the very near future. I would like some information about how I can
> find a counselor to take over my rehabilitation case for that area.
> I am currently enrolled in the braille transcription course. Upon
> successful completion I would like to start my own braille
> transcription service. I know that it takes time to make a transition
> from one agency to another. If possible, I would like to know where I
> can go in order not to have too much of a delay should I make the move
> from VA to CA.
> Thank you in advance for your help.
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